SD News

Governor's Column: Every Child Deserves a Home

Foster care is an issue I?ve cared about for a long time. Growing up, I had a foster brother who made a big impact on my family and taught my siblings and me a different kind of love, compassion, and strength I don?t know if I would have otherwise understood.

Minnehaha County Fatal Crash

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ? One woman died early Thursday in a one-vehicle crash north of Sioux Falls.

New Training Opportunity for Veterans!

Launching in April of 2019, the Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Courses program (VET TEC), piloted by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, will help veterans in advancing their IT careers.

Noem Approves Grant for New SDSBVI Project

Governor Kristi Noem today awarded a $2.5 million state grant for the construction of the School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SDSBVI), part of the school?s joint Educational Impact Campaign with Northern State University (NSU).

GOED Launches New Interactive Website

PIERRE, S.D. ? The Governor?s Office of Economic Development?s website ? - has a new look. The new site boasts plenty of fresh photography and videography, testimonials and success stories and a new, easy-to-use interactive finance tool.

Illegally Dumped Snow Causing Problems

The South Dakota Department of Transportation is reminding the public and commercial snow removal operators that it is illegal to place or dump excess snow on highway right of way, which includes driving surfaces, shoulders and ditches.

Governor's Column: Putting Knowledge to Work

Growing up, I loved working on the farm with my dad. It?s a good thing, too, because there was plenty of work to get done. We?d stay in the fields from dawn to dusk, but we didn?t know any other way.

SDRC Assistive Technology Trainings

The South Dakota Rehabilitation Center for the Blind (SDRC) would like to invite anyone who is a South Dakota resident and has a visual impairment to participate in two training events.

USS Pierre has State Historical Society remembering other Pierre vessels

South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds recently announced the naming of an Independence-variant, Littoral Combat Ship, the ?USS Pierre,? after South Dakota's capital city. The ship is the third United States naval vessel named for Pierre. To celebrate this recent naming, the South Dakota State Historical Society offers the following background on the previous vessels named for Pierre.

Noem Approves Nine Bills

Governor Kristi Noem signed the following pieces of legislation this afternoon: